BRANDON, Fla. – High above the ice surface inside Amalie Arena sit four banners celebrating significant achievements in Tampa Bay Lightning history.
For the first time, those rafters will be a home for individual achievement, as well.
On Jan. 13, when Tampa Bay hosts Columbus and former head coach John Tortorella, the Lightning will hold the first jersey retirement ceremony and lift the No. 26 jersey of former captain and league MVP Marty St. Louis to a permanent spot among the other banners.St. Louis is the first player in franchise history to have a jersey number retired.“It’s definitely an ...
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